Kwartierstaat Nick de Boer » Wijcher Jans Leeuw (1736-????)

Personal data Wijcher Jans Leeuw 

Ancestors (and descendant) of Wijcher Jans Leeuw

Barteld Gerrits
± 1670-????
Koopje Jacobs
< 1685-????
Jacob Jans Leeuw
< 1714-????

Wijcher Jans Leeuw

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Historical context

  • The temperature on May 10, 1736 was about 12.0 °C. Wind direction mainly northwest. Weather type: zeer betrokken. Source: KNMI
  •  This page is only available in Dutch.
    Van 1702 tot 1747 kende Nederland (ookwel Republiek der Zeven Verenigde Nederlanden) zijn Tweede Stadhouderloze Tijdperk.
  • In the year 1736: Source: Wikipedia
    • January 26 » Stanislaus I of Poland abdicates his throne.
    • March 8 » Nader Shah, founder of the Afsharid dynasty, is crowned Shah of Iran.
    • April 15 » Foundation of the Kingdom of Corsica.
    • May 26 » The Battle of Ackia was fought near the present site of Tupelo, Mississippi. British and Chickasaw soldiers repelled a French and Choctaw attack on the then-Chickasaw village of Ackia.
    • October 16 » Mathematician William Whiston's predicted comet fails to strike the Earth.


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